For best healthcare, location matters: study | Health | Reuters
"Hawaii followed Vermont, and Iowa was ranked third on the scorecard. Neither state has a plan to reform healthcare, but Minnesota, which has created public-private collaborations on healthcare, ranks fourth, followed by Maine, which has also implemented sweeping reforms. Massachusetts -- the Vermont neighbor that recently began a universal health insurance program -- was seventh.
At the other end of the spectrum, Mississippi has the worst healthcare, according to the scorecard. Oklahoma fares mildly better, followed by Louisiana and Arkansas.
Generally, the report found, states in the South, Southwest and lower Midwest have worse insurance rates and less access to good medical treatment."
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